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All too often, the farther you get down the customer line, the less satisfaction you will find. This is definitely not the case with Temperzone products, which are designed and built to keep your clients happy, and their customers, and their customers.


End users are having more influence in the choice of new or replacement air conditioning equipment. With soaring electricity prices, energy efficiency = running cost savings.


Temperzone’s Singapore office has been busy with another Superblock Project in Indonesia. The 9.5 hectare Kota Kasablanka is now the largest integrated, mixed-use development in South Jakarta.The project uses 1077 Temperzone water cooled units.


76 Light Square is a dynamic, seven story, state of the art building recently completed in Adelaide. The modern architectural design boasts several green initiatives as well as the integration of two high end technologies - the Hitachi Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) high efficiency air conditioning and a ‘Bacnet’ gateway which enables the air conditioning system to be controlled and monitored by the Building Management System (BMS).


Temperzone is playing a part in bringing drinking water to Adelaide due to its fairly unique ability to work in highly corrosive environments. As you can imagine, any equipment used at a desalination plant on the coast would need to have substantial corrosive protection. Temperzone’s stainless steel units with epoxy coils and stainless steel fixings are perfect for the job.


Despite the sluggish Tasmanian economy limiting the number of commercial projects going ahead in Tasmania over the last 12 months, having high quality, high efficiency products at very competitive prices makes Hitachi the ideal alternative for many commercial projects.


When a new chiller was required for the Temperzone test facility in Auckland, you would expect us to choose a Hitachi chiller. It’s a great chiller, but what really impressed us that it was positioned and installed in just one day.


Most people see wall splits as a domestic product but city apartment developments mean there is a big commercial market for splits. The apartment market wants branded quality at a very competitive price. Hitachi wall splits have been able to break into this market in Melbourne, but not without having to negotiate some hurdles.


Gandaria City is really a city within a city. It is a ‘mixed use’ superblock recently completed in South Jakarta, Indonesia. It is a massive 301,374-square-metre Shopping Mall, with 2 Residential Towers, a 36 story Office Tower and a 300 room - 5 star International Hotel.


The ambitious $9 million Cloud project, initially known as Party Central, has been completed on Queens Wharf and is a spectacular curved structure of steel ribs covered with white vinyl resembling a long white cloud.


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